October 18, 2014

adreamthatshalfawake:

Endless amount of Cory Monteith pictures

October 18, 2014

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October 16, 2014

Anonymous said: How are you doing? Hope you’re fine. I still check some Cory blogs constantly, so I think of Cory every day. But many blogs are not active any more like yours (no offense), some have changed their theme and some go silent completely. Sad but understandable. Someday I might leave, too. People say Cory will be in our hearts forever. Is that even possible? Do you still remember him often? Sorry for asking strange questions. Today I’m a little sad with feeling that Cory is forgotten more and more.

I still love him, I can’t listen to certain songs without thinking of him. Still.

But…

it will probably fade with time. It’s bittersweet, really. 

I don’t even post my own pics anymore, I reblog from the Cory-oriented blogs I follow. Which actually means there are several of us who still think of him every day. There are Cory pics posted on tumbler every day. 

Don’t be sad. 

October 15, 2014

@chordover this old photo of me and Cory.

@chordover this old photo of me and Cory.

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October 15, 2014

cheese-bucket:

I'm feeling now
And if I move on
I admit you're gone.

Sia - Eye of the Needle [x]

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October 15, 2014

“I’m a cat whisperer. When I go to people’s [homes] their cats always like me better than the owners. I’m serious.”

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October 12, 2014

Finn Hudson alphabet
» glee club

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October 12, 2014
sombriobc:

#cm

sombriobc:

#cm

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October 12, 2014

It is remarkable and perhaps a little curious how fast tv shows become like families. This summer, on our show Glee, we suffered a painful death in our family. Cory Monteith played Finn Hudson, a star quarterback, turned wide-eyed, heartfelt, Glee singer. And from the first time you saw Cory, he had a star quality and a genuine sweetness that made it impossible not to fall in love with him. And millions did fall in love with Cory, and I’m here to say that all that warmth and that charm, that openhearted quality that we loved in Cory, it was no act. Cory was a beautiful soul. He was not perfect, which many of us here tonight can relate to. His death is a tragic reminder of the rapacious , senseless destruction that is brought on by addiction. Tonight we remember Cory for all he was, and mourn the loss of all he could have been. To a generation that loved Cory so, please know, this gifted and wonderful young man was worthy of your love. And if you were lucky enough to know Cory as we did, and witness firsthand Cory’s goofy, breezy sense of humor, his natural instinct for inclusiveness, and his unbridled sense of generosity day in and day out, I promise, you’d have loved him even more.

It is remarkable and perhaps a little curious how fast tv shows become like families. This summer, on our show Glee, we suffered a painful death in our family. Cory Monteith played Finn Hudson, a star quarterback, turned wide-eyed, heartfelt, Glee singer. And from the first time you saw Cory, he had a star quality and a genuine sweetness that made it impossible not to fall in love with him. And millions did fall in love with Cory, and I’m here to say that all that warmth and that charm, that openhearted quality that we loved in Cory, it was no act. Cory was a beautiful soul. He was not perfect, which many of us here tonight can relate to. His death is a tragic reminder of the rapacious , senseless destruction that is brought on by addiction. Tonight we remember Cory for all he was, and mourn the loss of all he could have been. To a generation that loved Cory so, please know, this gifted and wonderful young man was worthy of your love. And if you were lucky enough to know Cory as we did, and witness firsthand Cory’s goofy, breezy sense of humor, his natural instinct for inclusiveness, and his unbridled sense of generosity day in and day out, I promise, you’d have loved him even more.

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October 12, 2014

“I will remember how it felt to love you. But most of all, I will remember how it felt to gaze at true beauty, both inside and out. For you are fair, my beloved, in soul and in body, generous of spirit and generous of heart. And I will never see anything this side of heaven more beautiful than you”  [x]

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